Malaysian public listed buildings are valuable assets, for their architectural landmark and tourism potential. Refurbishment works are carried out to keep the original design characteristics while maintaining their functions. The study aims to review through Post Occupancy Audit/Evaluation (POE) concept in identifying performance issue and to determine the functional performance satisfaction level from the occupants perspective. Another aim is to develop a conceptual conducive design guideline or framework for future refurbish public building. The finding revealed that building performance criteria highly correlated with the occupant’s satisfaction.